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An A to Z of the World's Deadliest Movie Reviews From Affleck
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Jennifer Love Hewitt
Actress, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998)
Jennifer Love Hewitt is a very good-looking young leading lady; however, unlike Neve Campbell, Hewitt struggles with acting. She just isn't convincing in this film (and she wasn't in the original either). This puts many young males, including myself, in a paradoxical quandary: she's very attractive, but the annoying, spoiled, Valley Girl-type character she tries to play here is annoying to the extreme and ruins many of the scenes which emphasize, exploitatively, her figure.
(Justin Felix, The Shrubbery Movie reviews)
Actress, Heartbreakers (2001)
Hewitt actually sucks life and laughs from just about every scene.
(Curtis Morgan, Miami Herald)
Actress, The Tuxedo (2002)
Chan needs a foil, and Hewitt, while perky, doesn't project nearly enough comedy weight.
(Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly)
Chan solo isn’t without charm, but his scenes with Hewitt are drowned out by the roar of your teeth grinding. She’s never been worse.
(Catherine Shoard, Sunday Telegraph)
Actress, Garfield: The Movie (2004)
Jennifer Love Hewitt also looks computer-generated as a perky vet. It passes by in a big, mindless orange blur, and affecting a colossal boredom with the proceedings is the easiest job Murray’s ever had.
(Tim Robey, Daily Telegraph)
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